If you want to create professional-looking websites with a simple drag-and-drop process, you can’t beat WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress, a hugely popular plugin with over 350,000 sales to date on ThemeKeeper Market. Learn how to use it in our new short course, User’s Guide to WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress.
The first ever website went live on August 6th, 1991. It was a simple text document formatted with HTML.
According to a study of Google search trends, food blogs are the second most popular type of blog (ranked between fashion blogs and travel blogs). And it’s easy to see why–cooking is an essential part of life for everyone, and food is something that has always brought people together.
With companies gathering vast amounts of user data to make experiences more engaging, attention-seeking, and addictive, how can designers continue to help designproducts without unintended consequences on users’ mental health, social relationships, and time? Here’s some guidance on how to increase your accountability as an ethical UX designer.
A while back we published a tutorial on creating a custom Sketch file with reusable flow diagrams. It’s a great resource for creating your own user flows or sitemaps. In this tutorial we’re going to beef up that Sketch file in order to make it more usable for others.
Alignment is probably the most confusing aspect of flexbox. The flexbox layout module has a handful of alignment properties that behave differently under different circumstances, and when using them you might not necessarily understand what is happening or why. However, if you know what to pay attention to, alignment is less complicated than it first appears. This tutorial will help you understand flexbox alignment perfectly.
When I started out as a designer I only learned about design. I read design blogs, followed tutorials and followed designers. But this wasn’t enough to build a sustainable lifestyle–not until I started reading business books did I fully appreciate that.
Today we’ll learn how to add “deep linking” to the Bootstrap 4 tabs. To better understand what we’re working towards, check out the demo page and pay attention to two things:
Last year, according to the New York Times, we were all about website design inspired by the 1980s and 1990s. Bright colors, geometric shapes, graphics that look like they’ve been pulled from theFresh Prince intro. It was fun, and it’s a look that’s still popular in some forms today. But let’s go back a little further, to a look that’s both older and more timeless: vintage and retro design.
Welcome to the Famous 5. Our look at five big names or big brands that have used ThemeKeeper items.
Although it’s good to know how to do things yourself, sometimes it’s better just to use a tried and tested solution, rather than reinventing the wheel.
Earlier this year, Sketch 49 was released, and along with it some long-anticipated prototyping features. In today’s walkthrough, I will go over everything you need to know about prototyping in Sketch, from must-know shortcuts, all the way through to getting feedback and collaborating with your team on designs and prototypes.
As the old saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” In the case of web design, images of all types are used to help tell a story. Blog posts often use them to sum up a point, while more sales-oriented examples utilize images to illustrate why a product or service is worth buying. They’re an indispensable part of any website.
Modern businesses and technologies have become extremely complex–interacting with them can easily alienate those they are meant to help. People need help making sense of them. Specifically, people need their interactions with technologies and other complex systems to be simple, intuitive, and pleasurable.